Business Articles

These Business articles will give you the news and information you need to stay up to date in the ever changing Business industry.

March 11, 2013 – 1,002 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
You will be happy when you; retire, start a new career or job, own your home, are in a different relationship, out of debt, lose 20 pounds, get a promotion, the kids are grown, successful . . . I could go on but I’m sure you get where I’m going with this. Being happy is not about what you get, are doing or your circumstances but who you are. Let me explain... Full Story 
March 8, 2013 – 76,099 views
Association of Business Training
A pivot table is a table which is used to store the summary of a certain data set in a condensed manner. The table consists of rows, columns, data fields, and pages. These components can be moved around and it helps the user to expand, isolate, sum, and group the particular data in real time. This table enables the user to view the differences in a very big set of information. It is very helpful in organizing a large amount of data in Microsoft Excel... Full Story 
March 6, 2013 – 1,165 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
Over the years I have observed a number of business relationships that have failed and succeeded whether they ended quickly or after years. Whether they ended due to a breakdown in communication or someone letting their ego take over. Or whether they lasted due to both parties ability to keep the relationship grounded in trust, integrity and mutual acceptance... Full Story 
March 4, 2013 – 1,480 views
Association of Business Training
Fraudulent behavior among employees is a big concern for all employers. A business/ enterprise can incur huge loses due the fraudulent activities of its employees. Not paying back payroll advances, paycheck diversion, and an unauthorized pay rate alteration are some of the employee fraudulent activities that are commonly spotted. The employee can also cite false expenses or exaggerate sales commission and figures. To deal with the issue, you will first have to understand the reasons that contributed to the occurrence of an employee fraud. Understanding these reasons will help you prevent the occurrence of such frauds in the future... Full Story 
February 28, 2013 – 924 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
Managers have many roles and responsibilities, the least of which is to contribute to an employee’s self worth and not invalidate them. Know which is your tendency? Know the direct and indirect consequences of each?... Full Story 
February 21, 2013 – 1,202 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
Ever sent a mixed message to someone? Received one? Ever made an assumption? Ever had a misunderstanding? If you answered no to any of these you are living in denial. Everyone from time to time or frequently is guilty of sending confusing and often contradictory messages causing any number of communication breakdowns that can lead to stress, frustration, anxiety, doubt, guilt and even anger... Full Story 
February 15, 2013 – 1,096 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
Ever had a text argument? Ever received an email where the customer explained a serious problem to you? Ever gotten a text from your boss regarding your performance? Ever had your cell phone break down and your spouse railed you for not responding to their call? Ever found out on Face Book that your best friend was engaged? I could go on for hours with these examples, but here’s the point -... Full Story 
February 11, 2013 – 1,163 views
Mr. Tim Connor - Connor Resource Group
The more I observe people today - from politicians, parents, business leaders and everyone in society, it amazes me how few people seem to have any common sense at all. One of my mentors and heroes Mark Twain was famous for saying - "We need to stop calling it common sense. This assumes that it is common and everyone has it. We need to start calling it un-common sense because so few people seem to have it."... Full Story